Allweather Wood ranks as the largest waterborne preservative treated lumber and plywood manufacturer in the western United States. With treating plants in California, Colorado, Oregon, and Washington, Allweather Wood treats a variety of wood species, including Douglas-fir, Hem fir, and Southern Yellow Pine, and preservatives including copper, borates, and fire retardants.
For its fire retardant treated product offerings, Allweather Wood utilizes interior fire retardant chemicals proven successful at reducing flame spread allowing building occupants more time to escape in a fire event. Typical uses of interior fire retardant lumber and plywood include sheathing, roof trusses, floor and roof joists, interior framing, and blocking. Wall Flooring
Allweather Wood fire retardant treated lumber and plywood are backed by a 50-year limited warranty and have undergone rigorous testing, meeting stringent standards for low volatile organic compound (VOC) emissions.
As local municipalities, the building code, architects, builders, and developers respond to the growing threat of wildfire, fire retardant treated lumber and plywood are growing in demand for applications including multi-family, assisted living facilities, convention centers, and airports.
Allweather Wood fire retardant treated lumber and plywood products are manufactured at the company’s treating plants in Ukiah, California and Loveland, Colorado. Products are available throughout the western United States. Dealers and distributors are encouraged to contact their local Allweather Wood representative. Locations and general information may be found at AllweatherWood.com.
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